Your Bukhara Silk Road tour operators you can find on https://eastroute.com will tell you about the peculiarity of local market. Here, from medieval trade time, four covered markets have been preserved. Among them is the Taki Sarrafon Bazaar. In old days it was under his dome that money was exchanged. This small bazaar among its brethren on older market territory near Shahrud irrigation hall was not only distinguished by its style, but also by fact that there were mainly Indians and Armenians. Indeed, Islam forbade local ushers off engaging in usury. Despite this, thanks to Sheybanids, Taki Sarrafon became emirate financial center. Today, only shops remained from main exchange center, where unusual souvenirs can be taken home.